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175 West 10th Street looking south downth 7th Avenue S. (CityRealty) 175 West 10th Street looking south downth 7th Avenue S. (CityRealty)
The soon-to-open West Village condominium at 175 West 10th Street has freed itself from its construction netting to reveal a stunningly complex façade designed by BKSK Architects. The 7-floor building is being developed by Continental Ventures, Keystone Group and Greystone Development who purchased the prime triangular lot for $6.3 million in 2013. The building sits at the northwest corner of Seventh Avenue South and West 10th Street within the charming Greenwich Village Historic District (pdf).

Described by its marketers as “a veritable paragon of urban chic that reimagines the charm and elegance of the West Village,” the building hosts just 5 full-floor condos with open triangular layouts. Residence #2 is the only apartment still available. It is a 3-bed / 3.5-bath home spanning 2,700 square feet with 10-foot-high ceilings and direct elevator access. The home has a long wall of tall, oversized windows and a tucked-away solarium with a private terrace.
 
 
 
 
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The kitchen is fitted with oak cabinetry, Calacatta gold marble slab countertops and backsplash, a long central island, and Gaggenau appliances. The en-suite master bath has marble walls and floors, dual-vanity sinks, radiant-heated floors, a walk-in steam shower, and a separate marble encased soaking tub.
The building’s façade and scale required the fine-tuning and approval of the Landmarks Preservation Commission. The fenestration pattern varies from floor to floor and is composed of tall windows framed by textured red brick. Metal spandrel sections are meant to recall fire escapes found throughout the district, and a modern cornice crowns the structure.
175-West-10-04 How does the rendering compare to reality? (Credit: BKSK Architects)
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